Much of the Northeast can expect a dry, sunny day with low humidity tomorrow. A few showers may sweep through the Ohio Valley, while downpours threaten localized flooding in the central Plains. 

A wedge of dry air will keep locations from the lower Mississippi Valley to the southern Appalachians dry. Showers and thunderstorms will spread through Florida, southern Georgia and coastal South Carolina.

This wet weather will not be associated with Hurricane Dorian, which will be closing in on the northern Bahamas. Mostly dry weather is forecast across the northern and southern Plains as a few storms dot the southern Rockies. 

While a few showers may move ashore in western Washington, a large part of the West will be dry and hot. 

DAILY EXTREMES

National High Friday 110 at Needles, CA 

National Low Friday 31 at Yellowstone N.P., WY 

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